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Our skilled Tampa truck accident attorneys are fully prepared to use our legal experience and resources to effectively represent our city’s nearly 396,000 residents after they have been injured in a collision with a commercial vehicle.

Unfortunately, our truck accident lawyers know these collisions often happen, and when they do, the results are often catastrophic.

If you or someone you love has been hurt, or tragically killed in an accident with a Semi-Truck, delivery truck, or another commercial vehicle, contact our experienced truck accident attorneys today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.

Who Can Be Held Responsible for Commercial Truck Accidents in Tampa?

Commercial trucks, including 18-wheelers, delivery trucks, flatbed and box trucks, and heavy equipment vehicles can be seen on interstates, city streets, and in rural areas because they are integral to our state’s economy.

Large trucks keep all types of goods and products delivered to the hundreds of hotels and thousands of bars, nightclubs, restaurants, and massive retail businesses in the area. When these large trucks cause a crash, there is typically a lot of confusion about who can be held liable for the damages.

Our truck accident lawyers in Tampa will review your case, and provide the legal skill and precision you and your family need to seek justice from the negligent party.

That may include one or more of the following parties:

  • The Truck Driver if he or she was distracted, speeding, impaired, operating the truck recklessly, or disobeying traffic signs and signals when the crash occurred.
  • The Trucking Company if they were negligent in their hiring practices or pressured their drivers to be on the road past the federal Hours of Service Regulations, placing profits over safety.
  • The Truck’s Maintenance Crew if failed to replace worn or defective parts on the commercial vehicle and allowed it to continue operating dangerously.
  • The Truck’s Manufacturers if the vehicle was placed on our roadways with defective parts.
  • Another Third-Party including safety inspectors or cargo loaders who failed to appropriately inspect the vehicle before its departure.

If you have been hurt in an accident with any large, commercial vehicle, contact our experienced personal injury attorneys today. We will provide the legal guidance you need to pursue the liable person, party, or entity for your financial recovery, so you can get your life back on track.

Contact Our Experienced Tampa Truck Accident Lawyers for a Free Case Evaluation Today

If you or someone you love was injured during a truck accident, contact our experienced truck accident attorneys to schedule a free consultation today by calling (727) 308-0358 to learn more about your financial recovery opportunities.

Our clients never pay for our services unless we successfully obtain financial compensation for their injuries. Call us now to learn more.